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developing right now at 11: from washington, d.c. to l-a -- protesters take to the streets after president endda developing right now at 11:00 from washington, d.c. to l.a. protesters take to the streets after the president ends daca, the program that protects thousands of young undocumented immigrants. congress has six months to save daca. good morning and thank you for joining us on our midday newscast. i'm marcus washington. >> and i'm kris sanchez. the trump administration is calling on congress now to find an alternate way to protect young immigrants. at 8:00 this morning the attorney general announced a decision to wind down daca. nbc news brought you that announcement live this morning. sessions called the obama-era order unconstitutional. >> simply put, if we are to
further our goal of strengthening the constitutional order and the rule of law in america, the department of justice cannot defend this overreach. >> well, now we are getting reaction from leaders in congress. house speaker paul ryan says in part, it is my hope that the house and senate with the president's leadership will be able to find a consensus on a permanent lejs laifsh solution that includes ensuring that those who have done nothing wrong can still contribute as valued parts of this great country. minority leader nancy pelosi called the decision a master class in cowardice. she called for bipartisan action, saying lawmakers must pass legislation to safeguard our young dreamers from the senseless cruelty of deportation and shield families from separation and heartbreak. >> this midday we have live team coverage of the decision of daca. scott mcgrew is standing by with what's left for daca, and we
have bob riddell live as they came to this decision. >> reporter: they scolded president trump saying he showed heart in his decision to wind down daca -- a cold heart. within the past hour at a news conference at the santa clara civic center, cindy chavez along with other county leaders vowed to fight on behalf of the 24,000 daca recipients who live in the county and that they will be looking into legal action against the federal government to stop the president from ending this program that helps more than 800,000 undocumented youths nationwide. the county announced this morning that its office of m immigrant relations will be holding informational workshops in the coming days to inform daca recipients whose memberships are about to expire.
and they will help daca recipients with mental health issues. >> i for one am not surprised that the president of the united states took the moral compass of this country, and once again, threw it to the ground. >> i heaurge every dreamer out there impacted by today's decision to remain hopeful. that's the silicon valley and that's absolutely the santa clara county way. we will not go down without a fight. >> it means being constantly in anger, constantly fighting for something to be an immigrant in this country. so yes, i am angry. >> san jose mayor said, quote, we've got your back. i will seek to challe ennge the administration's actions in court, after consulting with our council and city attorney regarding our options here
today. the mayor of san francisco is expected to respond to the daca decision at a news conference later this afternoon at 1:00. reporting live in san jose, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, bob. scott mcgrew is here to explain the decision firthurther. we heard from jeff sessions calling it a presidential overreach. >> there are a lot of people who would agree with him from a constitutional point of view. president obama created daca as a presidential order, some that many states, including texas, say was unconstitutional. here's jeff sessions' version. >> in other words, the executive branch through daca deliberately sought to achieve what the legislative branch specifically refused to authorize on multiple occasions. >> so trump, speaking through sessions, wants congress to go back and pass comprehensive immigration reform. but remember, congress is also facing a full schedule, and worse, the president has a
terrible relationship with congress. the president is supposed to meet with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell today, but reports say the president and mcconnell haven't been on speaking terms since their argument over the phone described as a profanity-laced shouting match. one thing sessions said this morning i think really does need to be cleared up. he said, quote, failure to enforce the laws in the past has put our nation at risk for crime and violence and even terrorism, he said, while talking about daca. i understand he's speaking generally, but be clear, no daca recipient has ever been convicted of a serious, violent crime, much lester richs terror. you can't register for daca. i think he misspoke or gave people the wrong impression. >> yerks i ws, i was listening , too, and that was one of the criteria of becoming a dreamer. we're also live in san francisco this morning. here we are on the steps of san
francisco city hall waiting for mayor ed lee who is going to speak about the end of daca and what it will mean for san francisco. we'll bring you that when we can. our coverage of the news right now at nbcbayarea.com, and in the past half hour, the president released a longer statement explaining his decision. you can find that on our website. we also have a team of reporters fanned out across the bay area continuing to gather reaction, tweeting out reaction. also be sure to watch nbc bay area at 5:00 and 6:00 for the full reports. hurricane irma keeps getting stronger. overnight it became a monster category 5 storm with wind speeds of up to 185 miles per hour. the national hurricane center is already calling irma potentially catastrophic, saying it is the strongest hurricane on record in the atlantic basin. just minutes ago, a mandatory evacuation order was put into
effect starting tomorrow for the florida keys. also new, florida's governor just ordered 7,000 national guard members to report to duty on friday. more on the frenzy underway in just a moment. >> our first look here, and these are nasa images from that storm in space as territories in the caribbean and florida brace for this possible impact. where exactly is the hurricane heading? let's bring in meteorologist kari hall. she has been tracking irma for days now. kari? >> yes, hurricane irma is one of the strongest hurricanes we've ever had in the atlantic. and we've had only five other reported hurricanes with wind speeds of 185 miles an hour or stronger, and this is just about to make landfall within the next 24 hours near antigua and st. martin and also working its way toward puerto rico, so we will di definitely have a very bad
situation there with the hurricane so strong. moving over the islands the next couple of days. we're expecting major flooding and with wind speeds of 185 miles an hour, there is going to be a lot of damage. and then farther on down the line, we have the dominican republic and haiti. also cuba in the line of this. and this could also move into the bahamas as well eventually by this weekend, making it closer to florida. there is a look at the computer models and where they plot this category 4 hurricane for the weekend t looks like it will be very close to miami. we'll continue to monitor this and more updates through the next few days. the entire state of florida is getting ready for irma. this is new video just in, an aerial view from orlando and not even south florida, which is expected to feel the first effects of irma. you can see dozens and dozens of cars lining up at a gas station as people prepare to try to get out. >> and propane is also in high demand. another central supply. that's also creating long lines,
but irma is expected to strike puerto rico first. nbc's morgan radford is there and she reports as people on the island are preparing for the worst. >> reporter: this is what you call the calm before the storm. a state of emergency has already been issued in puerto rico for the category 5 hurricane. the people we have spoken to says, we get it, we're caribbean people, we're used to heavy wind, heavy rain, especially this time of year. but a category 5 is a completely different beast. that's why the national guard have already been activated. more than 300 fema troops are already on the ground and more than 500 shelters have been set up all around the island. people are stocking up on gear and supplies because they say we can't afford not to pay attention to hurricane irma. 67 counties there are under a state of emergency.
this is an event that's been described as catastrophic, as life threatening, and one that's barreling for us as we speak. >> now to the gulf coast where the rain may be gone but parts of southeast texas are still under water. tens of thousands of people still have no home to go home to. within the last five minutes, there are reports prosecutors and court staff in harris county, which is the home of houston, have been grabbing files from the courthouse. and those employees just learned that that courthouse could be closed for up to a year. meantime, the release of reservoirs is causing new flooding in west houston. >> there is a lot of people here who lost everything, and we just want to try to get our belongings. that's it. >> i've held up until now. i'll be okay. i'll be okay. >> experts say the total cost of recovery from harvey could top $190 billion. also right now back here at home, firefighters continue to fight flames in the south bay. a brush fire in gilroy continues
to burn. our last update from officials is that the blaze is still just 10% contained. officials tell us that the brush fire has only burned 87 acres. that's down from the initial report of 100 acres. officials say the flames appear to be moving away from the multi-million-dollar homes of eagle ridge. our crews say their biggest challenge is the terrain. >> we're working basically in the oak woodland area. pretty steep, difficult to get into. >> the fires are also impacting schools. no pick-ups or dropoffs are allowed near crystal hill park. we're still trying to figure out what led to aç deadly cras involving caltrain overnight. it happened westmoreland and bucki in buckingham avenues. the man in the car ended up
dying, and police are trying to figure out why the man drove the car through the fence and onto the tracks in the first place. people are trying to beat the heat. we'll show you all the trash left behind, next. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate.
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ad-lib numbers there is the opening bell after a long holiday weekend, and the market's not looking too hot right now. all in the red right now. the dow down 228 points. the nasdaq down 71 points. >> well, there might be some relief coming up at the pump. gas prices, which have spiked in the aftermath of hurricane harvey, are slipping. that's because some refineries in texas have already started operation and others are expected to start soon. but gas prices are still quite high in the bay area. according to aaa, the average price of a gallon of regular gas right here in the san francisco
area is $3.27 this morning. in san jose and oakland, it's $3.16. >> that's a lot higher than last week. happening today, san rafael councilmembers will receive their first assessment of the smart train service. they started regular runs on august 25th. the rail line averaged about 2700 riders during the first four days. so far santa rosa has seen the highest number of riders, and that's where more than 20% of passengers are boarding the trains. trying to escape the heat, people packed bay area beaches over the holiday weekend, but after several days of heavy use, those beaches are not looking postcard perfect today. >> nbc bay area's jean ely showed us the beach. >> reporter: most people left their mark in the form of trash. >> there's trash all around.
most people don't pick up what they bring in. >> reporter: she's worried about what two-year-old violet might find. >> i have this feeling of, should she be walking in the sand? is there going to be broken glass? >> reporter: record heat brought big crowds on saturday, continuing into labor day. maintenance crews made extra trash pickups, but there is still lots to clean up. ♪ i have a dream. >> reporter: carla kennedy and her family came from sacramento to cool off. she was disappointed to see the beach trashed but relieved to see some people picking up. >> there were people walking around with trash bags, and it was really nice to see that because there isn't a lot of people that do that all the time. >> reporter: over at delores park, the beach looked pretty clean. it's a message that can be more than unsightly. >> think of pets with their
little paws and these tiny little babies. just pack it in, pack it out. >> a beach cleanup hosted by surf rider foundation is scheduled here at ocean beach on september 16th. >> that is good. well, it will be a different kind of day if gu you go to the beach today than it did this weekend. it felt like lava walking on it. >> higher temperatures, and then we start to see these showers breaking out in the bay area, but it helped to break that heat wave. now as we look out the window and step out the door, it feels very muggy and our temperatures are now in the upper 70s to lower 80s. the tri-valley still feeling that humidity. it's 81 degrees, 83 in the south bay and the peninsula 79. mostly some 70s as we look at san francisco right now. 76 degrees and 74 in the north bay. so as you're looking out and you're getting started heading out the door, our temperatures are in the low 80s right now. we'll see the temperatures climb another couple of degrees, but
then we'll keep those temperatures steady throughout the day. as you check out the 7-day forecast at the bottom of the screen, you'll see that we'll keep weather like this but we'll drop that humidity as we go into tomorrow. but still, we'll feel very humid and temperatures reaching up to 85 right at about 2:00 today. we won't see much of a change, but some breezy winds throughout the afternoon. as we look at all our high temperatures today in concord, we'll be up to 89 degrees. 90 in antioch and livermore. oakland heading up to 79 degrees and 76 degrees in san francisco, pretty much where we are now. we'll see those temperatures remaining the same. in livermore, looking at some upper 80s, briefly hitting 90 degrees, but notice there will be some more clouds in the mix today. so it will really be uncomfortable. not only that, we have the poor air quality. if you're heading out to half moon bay today, we talked about cleaning up the beaches. pack your stuff in, pack it out as our high temperatures today
will be very nice, reaching into the upper 70s today. as we look at the 7-day forecast for san francisco, we will start to have some slightly cooler temperatures moving in by thursday and friday. more morning clouds and fog returning just briefly before it starts to warm up for the end of the weekend. and for the inland areas, some mid-80s, high humidity today, and then wednesday the humidity drops but then we'll be watching out on thursday for a slight chance of a few spotty showers. other than that, up to 84 degrees and then it will be another warm weekend ahead but we won't have the kind of oppressive heat we had this past weekend. thankfully for now, we are done with that heat wave, but our temperatures still going up or down just a few degrees. kris and marcus? >> all right, that is welcome news, kari. thank you. coming up, a woman kidnapped by her former boyfriend in southern california. coming up, we'll tell you where the victim turned up begging for help. a-list stars are lining up to help hurricane harvey victims. the likes of beyonce, barbra
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sheriff )s departm happening now, the search is on for a southern california man who police say he kidnapped his former girlfriend. the police department released pictures of the two and he's been holding virginia paris against her will for several days now. investigators say a woman begged for help at a coffee shop in arizona sunday, but hatzell forced her in a car and drove away before anyone could respond. they may be headed to las vegas. eric swalwell is responding this morning after a grand jury indicted one of his supporters of illegally funneling money into his campaign. the grand jury alleged that hang tong gave more than $300,000 to his campaign by using other people's money. swalwell gave this statement. i'm deeply disappointed by what's alleged in the grand jury's indictment. my campaign never would have
accepted a single penny of these contributions had we known how they were being made. councilmember swalwell is not accused of any wrongdoing in this case. terminal 1 at sfo could take a step forward. they are set to discuss and possibly take action at this meeting this morning. there is a push to rename the terminal after harvey milk. the plan to honor milk at the airport failed back in 2013. happening today, the san francisco board of supervisors will meet to talk about a city street that was recently purchased by a san jose couple. this was a talker. presidio terrace was sold for $90,000 at auction after the homeowners association failed to pay the property tax. homeowners responded with a lawsuit saying the city sent the tax bill to the wrong address and that's why it didn't get paid. they say they're worried the new owners will charge them for parking. today the board is expected to set an october 31st hearing to consider whether that sale was valid. happening today, a traffic
alert in the east bay. the contra costa county public works department is fixing erosion issues, also making shoulder repairs along marsh creek road. that work starts today and will last through october 5th. it's happening between deer valley road and clayton city limits. crews will be working monday through thursday from 8:30 in the morning until 4:00 in the afternoon. so drivers in that area, you should plan for a 10- to 15-minute delay. a new york city taxi company is trying to raise money to stay in business. green cab has launched a push on gofundme. drivers say ride sharing services like uber and lyft really have been bad for their business. the company is the only worker-owned co-op cab company. all workers have a stake. let's take a look at what ride-sharing businesses have on taxi drivers. researchers say since uber
launched in 2009, around 50% of taxi drivers are now self-employed. hourly earnings of taxi drivers dropped nearly 10%. hourly earnings werates went up all taxi drivers. here are the numbers. between 2008 and 2016, officials tell the paper that cases of chlamydia went from 910 is to nearly 1900. gonorrhea cases jumped from 69 to more than 550. and syphilis cases went up from four to 60. officials tell the paper that mobile hook-up apps are a possible factor. the spread of hiv did decline slightly. we researched the state of stds nationwide between 2011 and 2017, and this year the rate of chlamydia cases per 100,000
people is over 500. for gonorrhea, about 150, and syphilis cases, less than 50. expected to test another missile. russian president vladimir putin gets involved. we'll tell you what putin is warning against. bay area firefighters returned from the flood zone in houston, but their break may not be a long one. we'll show you where they could be headed next. hey, noex, befofolks, befor break, i want to show you how to help the community on our waze application. go to the magnifying glass. when you fire up that app, you click on that and then click on your name at the top. that's your profile. scroll down to see teams and pick ours, the nbc bay area wazers. that's how you join your community. that's how you help each other out. mayor ed lee talking about
trump )s decision to end daca - all right, we want to take you back to the steps of san francisco city hall where a rally is underway protesting the end of daca was announced this morning. mayor lee is expected to speak there in just a few moments, but he did release a statement already saying, in part, as a country and a government, we asked young people to step out of the shadows and participate in the deferred action of child arrivals program. now this administration wants to attack them for their courageous action. we'll take you back there when we hear from mayor ed lee. and stanford university, that is where another rally is being held. a lot of dreamers are speaking. mayor ricardo are supposed to be speaking there as well. a lot of people are interested in this. we're talking about 800,000 people nationwide. one-third of those live in california, so certainly this is something that affects a lot of people that live here in the california area. we're going to continue to follow this and we'll bring you the latest information once we
get it. hurricane irma just keeps getting stronger. the category 5 storm has winds blowing at 185 miles an hour. the national hurricane center says this is one of the strongest hurricanes on record in the atlantic basin. hurricane warnings are in effect for the u.s. territories of puerto rico and the virgin islands. people in the south florida area are bracing for a possible impact. supplies are already running out in some stores. the nfl is meeting to discuss options for a game schedule on sunday between tampa bay as well as the miami dolphins. now, in houston, floodwaters are slowly receding, but 33,000 people remain in nearly 300 shelters. that death toll is now at 60 people. >> there is a lot of people impacted. local first responders are now returning from the houston flood zone here. eric sweeney was at the airport last night as the first responders came home to their families.
>> reporter: spontaneous applause at oakland international airport tonight for the returning heroes who worked 14-hour days to ease some of the misery from hurricane harvey. >> search and rescue, technical support, hazmat mitigation, everything our team is capable of handling. >> for izzy watson of danville, the wait for her hero was over. >> i really want him to be happy that he saved some people out there that was, like, getting drowned. >> reporter: people aren't the only members they saved of the task force. they came to the aid of dogs, cats, birds and some larger animals that needed a more serious rescue. >> the cattle were up to their ears in water and the people of texas were there to help wrangle the cattle and take them to higher ground, and also the
horses. >> reporter: a very texas moment right there. >> it was extremely texas. >> reporter: as we've seen in stories from the flood zone, there is a lot of love for these local folks down in the lone star state. >> you name it, the people took good care of us, waved, cheered us on, thanked us, even to the point of opening their homes for us. >> that was terry mcsweeney reporting. if irma makes landfall, the team could fly to florida as early as this weekend. >> if you want to help, we've made it easy for you to give to the red cross. just head to nbcbayarea.com to help or donate. it can be as easy as sending a text message from your cell phone. police are trying to figure out if debris led tie crash on interstate 680. a woman in a bmw suddenly swerved into the embankment and then rolled over, then her car was struck by a minivan. she died in that crash. the passengers in the minivan,
though, were not injured. before the crash, the chp did receive calls about a camper shell in lanes about the same time. they do not believe the driver was impaired. happening today, a right wing activist accused of wielding weapons during several rallies earlier this year is due in court. his name is officially kyle chapman but he calls himself based stickman. authorities show him confronting left wing protesters with sticks and clubs. authorities arrested him at a rally in march and the judge previously ordered him to stay away from rallies in berkeley. also happening today, a man accused in the deadly shooting of kate steinly on pier 14 is due back for a hearing. it is expected to start next week in a murder trial. he previously went by the name juan francisco lopez. police say he shot and killed steinle when she walked on the pier with her father four years
ago. the defense is going to say that shooting was accidental. south korean warships spent today conducting live fire exercises at sea in a second straight day of military swagger. >> russian president vladimir putin condemned north korea's nuclear tests, but as reported from seoul, putin also warned against using military force against north korea. >> reporter: south korea's military today is showing north korea it is a force to be rec -- reckoned with at sea. kim jong-un tested on sunday what his regime claims was a powerful thermonuclear bomb small enough that can be loaded on a missile to reach the united states. but the big news today came from
vladimir putin at an economic summit, he weighed in on the crisis for the first time, seeming to back north korea, saying the country would rather eat grass than give up its nuclear weapons and that ramping up military hysteria on north korea is senseless and could lead to global catastrophe. defense secretary mattis yesterday warned north korea faced total destruction if it threatened the united states. >> we are not looking to the total annihilation of a country, namely north korea. but as i said, we have many options to do so. >> reporter: president trump on monday spoke with his south korean counterpart who he recently insulted in a tweet, calling him an appeaser, now offering to build billions of new weapons and let go a payload of south korean missiles. trump's strategy is to negotiate the crisis and to use military
force to negotiate with north korea while pressuring other states, especially china, into helping. vladimir putin made it clear he doesn't go along with that plan, asking how could his country support more savnnctions on nor korea when russia is under sanctions by the united states. happening today, the city of piedmont may be under new leadership as soon as tonight when councilmembers are scheduled to appoint a new mayor. the previous mayor, jeff wheeler, resigned ten days ago after a controversial media post, some of them racially charged. wheeler has since resigned from the city council as well. city councilmembers are said to hold a vote tonight. that meeting begins at 7:30. happening today, san francisco supervisors are expected to tackle new questions about their recently approved to ba -- tobacco ban. it was the first in the country.
they brought that issue to voters. the chronicle reports the board will have to either repeal the ordinance or put it on the june ballot putting big to babacco o the ballot. we looked into just who uses flavored tobacco. it's mostly targeted to young tobacco users. the national institute of health seems to support that. researchers found 80% of tobacco users under the age of 17 use flavored tobacco. 73% of young adults aged 18 to 24 use the flavored products, and more than 8 in 10 young users say the first tobacco they ever tried was flavored. and that is compared to a little more than half the users who are over the age of 25. coming up next, gary hakari has your full tuesday forecast. >> it's hazy out there with some poor air quality and humidity.
>> the city of san jose without fear and they will not be enforcing federal immigration laws. [ cheers and applause ] >> a merciful god may well find it in her heart to forgive donald trump, but history will not, and we will remember. and from this day forward, the world will know that we are standing up together for entire communities. thank you all for being here! >> mayor sam ricardo speaking at the mlk library there at san jose university. he's also joined by david corteze of the san jose supervisors board and mary paraisian of san jose university. she's the president there. earlier the mayor tweeted out that he and his staff are
looking into what legal challenges and legal recourse might be available. he's a lawyer himself, so that is his route of trying to fight this. >> you heard him say it there, we're going to stand and do this together. >> we are going to listen in. we have our reporters there. they will have their full wrap-up at 5:00 and 6:00. the bay area responds to a veteran who was owed $9,000 but couldn't collect it. >> here's her story. >> army veteran monica flores bought a house last summer and she qualified for a va loan. but she learned because of a service-related disability she would likely get a refund of $9,300. monica had to wait until the approval was official. she was later approved but couldn't get her money, $9300. she said she tried for nearly
six months and got nowhere. so she finally reached out to us. we contacted the va and it applied the $9300 refund towards the principal balance of monica's loan. the va explained to us that monica's refund was delayed because its loan center had been unusually busy. in a statement, it said, as soon as it became aware it took immediate action to assist monica. monica want other veterans to know if you have a disability related to your service, you might also qualify for a funding fee refund. if you have a consumer complaint, call us. 888-996-tips. or log on to nbcbayarea.com/responds. we were talking about the fact that irma is one of the strongest storms in the atlantic. a category 5, kari. >> yeah. >> you're tracking it and it could be majorly destructive. >> this will make major headlines, and for people in the caribbean, they have nowhere to go as the storm barrels toward
those islands and has wind speeds of 185 miles an hour. a lot of hurricanes in effect and it is moving closer to antigua right now, as well as st. martin, puerto rico. it looks like the storm will continue on as a major hurricane as it continues to gather strength over some very warm caribbean waters. as it moves closer to the dominican republic and haiti, still looking at very strong wind speeds, at least a category 5. that could come down to a category 4 and may move over the bahamas near cuba. but you see this large cone where there still will be some uncertainty as we go into the weekend on the exact track of this hurricane, but some of the spaghetti plots there of the different computer models show where they are plotting this hurricane. of course, it's not just a thin line, it's a very large storm, and ironically, the size of texas right now as a category 5
hurricane could move into hurricane. could move into miami as a category 4, so we'll be watching that. right behind irma is a category 3. you can see those two storms out there in the atlantic and this one may also develop into a hurricane over the next few days, but notice the track kind of shifts it a little fartherço the north, so this may stay out in the open waters, which would be awesome news if we could see that happen. as we bring things back home, we'll continue to keep you updated on that storm throughout the week. looks pretty good right here in the bay area, but still very smokey and hazy. not the best time to spend a lot of time outdoors because the poor air quality, and temperatures now that are in the mid-70s to lower 80s as you get ready to head out. we're looking at high temperatures today that will be reaching into the mid-80s today in san jose. upper 80s for morgan hill and gilroy up to 89 degrees. for the east bay, up to 89 degrees in danville. and hayward expecting a high of
82 degrees. for the peninsula, san mateo, 78 degrees. palo alto 82. and some mid-70s for san francisco while the north bay will still have that high humidity. a slight chance of a spotty shower and temperatures reaching up to 83 in santa rosa. speaking of showers, there will be a lot of rain happening in the sierra, but for the central valley and the bay area, we're looking at mainly dry conditions. then as we head into thursday, there will be a very weak and quick-moving disturbance moving by. it will bring us more clouds but also a very slight chance of some light showers. so that's something we'll be watching for thursday. in the meantime, it looks like we will have some much improved weather over the temperatures we have to deal with over the weekend, and in san francisco in the upper 60s. warming up just a bit for the weekend. humidity drops tomorrow so that will make it feel a lot nicer, then for the weekend, warming up to the upper 80s to lower 90s with some sunshine, and overall
looking like a very nice forecast. kris and marcus? >> thank you very much, kari. coming up next, toy maker lego calling on tough times. sales are down and ma means layoffs. we'll tell you why the legos ceo thinks growth is stalling. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees.
but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. reporting its first fall in sales in more than a decade. kris /2shot it's certainly a toy all of us, boys and girls alike, played with, and the toymaker of lego said sales have fallen in more than a decade. >> that is not good news. lego says it's going to revamp its business and cut 1400 jobs which is about 8% of its global work force after declaring a loss of profits in the first six months of this year. lego currently has 11,000 employees worldwide. they added complexity into the organization which made it harder to grow further, so they're pressing the reset
button. the company hasn't suffered a national revenue decline in 13 years. fallout today of the violent arrest of a utah nurse who refused a policeman's demand to draw blood from a patient. >> she said they will no longer work directly with law enforcement. >> reporter: with outrage growing over the video of a police detective grabbing, manhandling her out of the hospital and into a patrol car, the university of utah med center says it's already taking steps to ensure it doesn't happen again. >> no individual in patient care should be handled this way. >> reporter: from now on, police will have to talk to administrators, not to doctors or nurses. the detective wanted a blood sample of howard gray who was severely burned in this crash involving a car being chased by police.
but last year it was ruled that police must have a warrant. when the nurse explained why she couldn't draw blood, the detective became visibz physica. waupg watching it all unfold, police say they failed to protect the nurse. >> she was a rock star. she did everything right in this case and she didn't deserve to be arrested for what she did. >> i don't know what his problem was. >> reporter: monday on "today," she said she went public because police were slow to take action. >> i'm not here to police the police. the police need to do that if they're going to regain any sign of trust for the public. >> but detective payne and another officer were only placed on paid leave on friday whenrel. now a nearby department is conducting a criminal investigation. as the salt lake city's facebook page fills with thousands of people demanding justice. >> that was tom costello
the man )s got talent.. the newest member of our today in the bay team belted out the national anthem at two baseball games this weekend.. take a listen. =take nat= what can we say? the man has talent. the newest member of our today in the bay family belted out the national anthem at two baseball games this weekend. we showed you the giants. now here's what the a's got. ♪ the home of the brave
>> ah, the crowd liked it. >> they did. i got a lot of compliments. thank you to those who gave me compliments. and that jersey, the a's organization gave me that jersey with my name on the back. >> i like that you were orange. >> this was friday at the giants game. also a great experience. thank you to the giants organization for that. two great experiences over three days here in the bay area. thank you to both organizations, thank you to everyone here who supported me as well as people at the game. truly an honor to be able to do something like that. >> i wish i could do that. >> you can. we can work on it. >> i am tone deaf and i think you can attest to that. >> you could check it out on facebook and watch it over again in case you missed it, like me. unfortunately, i was out of town over the weekend. i wish i could have been there. >> but you were supportive. >> we're also on facebook also letting people know about the weather, all that's going on
around the bay area, and we are up to 76 degrees today in san francisco. just a touch cooler. we're going to see more clouds and fog tomorrow, but at least once those clouds do clear, it will be not as humid. and we are going to, over the next couple days, have some more normal weather for this time of year after such hot weather over the weekend. i'm sure a lot of people liked to see this, only some 80s in the forecast for the rest of the week. but it does get a little bit hotter in time for the weekend which means it will be another beach weekend. >> but is it going to be a dry heat? >> yeah, it's going to be a dry heat. >> i couldn't believe this morning, i looked it up on the app. i thought, it's got to be 40% humidity. 76% humidity, and i was like, oh, my goodness. >> that was actually pretty low. >> it felt muggy. i felt like i was wearing a sweat suit made out of sweat. thank you so much for joining us. our next newscast is tonight at 5:00. >> you can get all the latest information on nbcbayarea.com.
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